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How to make Mullangi Sambar Sadham or Radish Sambar Rice South Indian Tamilnadu or Madras Style Recipe
This hubpage teaches you about how to make Mullangi Sambar Sadham (also referred as Radish Sambar rice) in South indian tamilnadu or madras style recipe.
Sambar rice is a typical South Indian dish which is reasonably spicy and yummy with its good fragrance. This recipe can be prepared using different vegetables like Brinjal, Radish, Drumstick. Here I have used Radish as key ingredient to give a different taste to the recipe.
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Mullangi Sambar Sadham or Radish Sambar Rice
Mullangi Sambar Rice Madras style
- 3 cup Boiled rice
- 1 cup Toor dhal, (soak the dhal for 1 hour in hot water)
- 2-3 White radishes, (cut into thin slices)
- 2 Red chilles, (cut in to pieces)
- 2 Tomatoes, (cut in to pieces)
- 1/4 tea spoon Turmeric powder
- 2 tea spoon Sambar powder
- Salt to taste
- 1 tea spoon Tamarind paste
- 2 tea spoon Ghee, (for frying)
- 1/2 tea spoon Mustard seeds
- 1 tea spoon Bengal gram
- 5 to 8 Curry leaves
- 1 pinch Asafoetida
- 1 Big onion(or 4-5 small onions meant for Sambar, (chop into small pieces)
- Corriander leaves, (chop into pieces)
- Pressure cook the toor dhal with 2 cups of water and place it in a separate bowl.
- Heat the oil/ghee in the pressure cooker for tempering and add the mustard and wait till mustard crackles. Now add the bengal gram and fry till bengal gram becomes golden brown.
- In the same cooker add the chopped onions, curry leaves and fry till onion becomes golden brown. When it is done, add the chopped tomatoes and fry for 2 minutes.
- Now add the radish in the cooker and mix well for few minutes.
- Pour the boiled toor dhal and 1 cup of water in the cooker.
- Increase the flame of the cooker and add the Tamarind paste, Turmeric, Sambar powder, Salt, Asafoetida powder and mix well.
- Close the lid and allow the cooker to give 4 whistles.
- When the pressure is gone, remove the lid and mix the boiled rice with the Sambar. Then transfer the Sambar rice to a separate bowl and garnish using chopped coriander leaves.